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Guides and tips on protecting your home

How To Prepare Your Home For Bad Weather

Protect Your Home From Bad Weather

Protect Your Home From Bad Weather Irish people are certainly no strangers to adverse weather conditions, particularly over the last few years. Need we remind you of Storm Ophelia and the dreaded Beast from the East? Alarmingly, the surge in severe weather conditions has not affected Irish people’s tendency to allow their home insurance to […]

Not Shopping Around For Home Insurance Can Cost Homeowners Hundreds of Euro

Irish Homeowners Losing Out Hundreds Euro

We recently put together a cost comparison between some of the leading banks insurance offerings and uncovered a simply staggering price difference. Homeowners could be in for a pleasant surprise if they shop around. For example, a terraced property in Louth would see a customer paying almost three times more for home insurance through Ulster Bank […]

Protecting your home: Insuremyhouse.ie’s essential tips to keep your home safe

Protecting your home Insuremyhouse essential tips

Our recent study has found that 1 in 5 Irish homeowners have experienced a burglary or know somebody who has been burgled, in the last 2 years. Given the fact that recent CSO figures released show that there were almost 20,000 burglaries in Ireland in 2017, a marked increase on 2016, people are now taking […]

1/5 Irish Homeowners have had experience with burglary in last 2 years

Irish homeowners experience burglary

20% of Irish Homeowners know someone who has been burgled or have had a burglary in their own homes in the past 2 years alone. Irish people may be alarmed to know that 1/5th of homeowners have been burgled or personally know someone who has been burgled in the last 2 years. In a recent study […]

Getting The Best House Insurance Involves Doing Your Homework

Getting Best House Insurance

Home insurance is compulsory for any Irish people who wish to acquire a mortgage. A mortgage is more than likely the largest financial commitment that one will make in a lifetime and, as a result, house insurance can usually be relegated to the back bench and viewed as a necessary expense. Most would-be homeowners will […]